The Department of Neuroscience & Experimental Therapeutics at Albany Medical College invites applications for two tenure-track faculty positions at the Assistant Professor level. Applications received by October 15th, 2017 will be given priority, but these positions will remain open until filled.
Candidates will have the opportunity to develop their research program in a strong collaborative environment which includes a diverse group of basic and clinical neuroscientists with interests in neuromodulation, movement and mood disorders, epilepsy, pain, stroke, neural development, neuro-oncology, addiction, and neural angiogenesis. Qualified candidates utilizing state of the art techniques in any field complementary to these interests will be considered.
Applicants are expected to have a doctoral degree (Ph.D. or equivalent), at least three years of postdoctoral research experience in Neuroscience or a related discipline, an excellent record of research productivity, and a strong commitment to graduate and medical education. Applicants at the Assistant Professor level should demonstrate a strong potential for developing an independent and nationally recognized research program.
All applicants must apply electronically and submit the following information in one electronic file (preferably PDF): a cover letter, curriculum vitae, statement (up to 4 pages) of research interests and teaching philosophy, three representative publications, and the names of at least three academic referees. Applicants must arrange for academic references to be sent to the Search Committee Chair. All documents, including pre-arranged confidential letters of reference, can be sent via email to the attention of Dr. Russ Ferland, Search Committee Chair atDNETfacultysearch@gmail.com.
For more information about our Department visit http://www.amc.edu/Research/DNET/.
As an Equal Opportunity / Affirmative Action Employer, Albany Medical Center will not discriminate in its employment practices due to an applicant’s race, color, religion, sex, national origin and veteran or disability status or any other protected classification.
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